Curenski Gilleylen

#7WR,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 213
Born:
College: Nebraska
Birth Place: Leander, Texas
  • Let's separate fact from fiction in QB market for Romo, Garoppolo and Cousins
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    Let's separate fact from fiction in QB market for Romo, Garoppolo and Cousins

    There’s a bit of a void in the NFL schedule, with the scouting combine moved back until the end of the month, delaying the flurry of pre-free agency activity that usually takes place right about now in Indianapolis. Yet the NFL’s never-ending news cycle churns on, which leaves us with a nexus of not much going on between teams and agents, but plenty of time to pontificate about the many roster moves to come, specifically at the all-important quarterback position. This, of course, can lead to conflicting or conflated statements and reports about the varied intentions of certain teams or particular players, as we try to sort through what may or may not happen with the various quarterbacks who could

  • Patriots Coach Bill Belichick Shows Off New Boat Named ‘VII Rings’
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    Patriots Coach Bill Belichick Shows Off New Boat Named ‘VII Rings’

    The New England Patriots capped off their 2016 season with a miraculous victory in Super Bowl LI. To celebrate the incredible win, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick got himself a new boat, which he boastfully named “VII Rings.” The Patriots’ miraculous comeback victory on Feb. 5 marked the fifth Super Bowl win for Belichick as New England’s head coach. He’d also won two Lombardi Trophies with the New York Giants (Super Bowl XXI, XXV) as the team’s defensive coordinator. Belichick’s previous boat, “VI Rings,” was donated to Sail Newport, a non-profit educational organization. The boat had previously been named “V Rings,” but was in need of some updating following the Patriots’ Super Bowl XLIX

  • Revis insists he did not knock men unconscious
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    Revis insists he did not knock men unconscious

    Ralph Vacchiano, NFL Insider | Facebook | Twitter | Archive Darrelle Revis "absolutely" did not knock out two men on a street in Pittsburgh in the early morning hours of Feb. 12 and the voice heard bragging about it on a video of the aftermath of the incident was "NOT" Revis' voice, his attorneys said. Their denial and defense of the Jets cornerback came on Sunday night, hours after a video was published on TMZ.com that allegedly showed the aftermath of the incident that ended with Revis facing a variety of charges from Pittsburgh police. The video shows two men on the ground, seemingly unconscious, and a voice can be heard saying "I knocked both of these m---f-ers out." Then what sounds like